The Minister-designate of Fisheries and Aquaculture, said even though she had a bodyguard as Minister of Special Development Initiative, the policewoman was not around at the time of the incident, thus, her decision to take matters into her own hands.She said the gun she fired was hers and is duly licensed.
The MP for Awutu Senya East Constituency (Kasoa) said she regretted the incident and wished it had never happened.
Asked if she would resort to her gun if she found herself in the same circumstances again, she said “no”.
She, however, pleaded with the Committee not to belabour the issue since it was still under investigation by the police.
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